Slush Helsinki is taking place in two weeks time on 24th November at Korjaamo, Helsinki. The event is a collaborative effort from Helsinki startup scene aiming bring together Helsinki’s startups, past and current, and showcasing some of the more interesting startups in the region.
Slush will stop selling tickets on the 19th November, which is next week’s Wednesday. If you’re planning on attending make sure to buy your ticket while you still can. You buy there here.
Slush party will take place at Helmi on the evening of 24th. This will be naturally included in the price of the ticket. I just heard a rumor that the mysterious Finnish startup Fruugo might be giving away invites to their Beta at the Slush party. (More about Fruugo here)
We have teamed up with TechCrunch UK and Slush to hold a Brunch at Ekberg Cafe the following day (25th November). You need a seprate ticket for this, which can be purchased here. The space is limited so make sure you get your ticket while they last! (Story on TCUK here)
Slush has also combined forces with Access Forum, which is a two-day networking and match-making event with focus on cutting edge mobile technology. Access Forum 2008 will host an Israeli delegation which will include some of the largest venture capital firms from Israel.
Access Forum will also bring FIG Marketplace to Slush. It’s a matchmaking event for mobile high-tech firms and takes place at Slush on Monday 24.11.2008 from 13:30 to 16:00. The event provides you excellent possibility to find new business partners, customers and technologies among the participating Finnish and Israeli companies. You can fill in your own Company Profile and search the on-line Catalogue for partners and company profiles. It is possible to request bilateral and pre-scheduled meetings with event participants. The meetings last max. 30 minutes each. The FIG Marketplace @ Slush is free of charge for the companies who participate at Slush. The event is organized by Technopolis Ventures and Enterprise Europe Network Finland. For more information and to register, visit here.